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The DNMS is a multidimensional, comprehensive, strengths-based, client-centered, ego-state therapy. It’s informed by ego-state theory, developmental psychology, self-reparenting therapy, attachment theory, EMDR therapy, and an understanding of mirror neurons. The DNMS addresses unwanted behaviors, beliefs, emotions, and urges rooted in unmet emotional needs from wounding experiences, like relational trauma (from verbal, physical, or sexual abuse) and attachment wounding (from insufficient nurturing, validation, encouragement, reassurance, or no one to securely attach to). It basically treats any kind of unresolved, unrepaired wounds inflicted by a person, that a client is stuck in – whether wounds are minor, moderate, or severe; intentional or unintentional; physical or emotional; from acts of omission or commission. And because the targeted wounding is always rooted in unmet emotional needs, the healing comes from meeting those needs.
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